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Rachel Thompson is the author of the award-winning Broken Pieces, as well as two additional humor books, A Walk In The Snark and Mancode: Exposed. She owns BadRedhead Media, creating effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. Her articles appear regularly in The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Book Review (BadRedhead Says…), 12Most.com, bitrebels.com, BookPromotion.com, and Self-Publishers Monthly. Rachel is the creator and founder of #MondayBlogs and #SexAbuseChat. She hates walks in the rain, running out of coffee, and coconut. She lives in California with her family.
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Author Site: rachelintheoc.com
BadRedhead Media Site: badredheadmedia.com
Twitter (Business): @BadRedheadMedia
This is Bennet Pomerantz
Tonight's guest is Rachel Thompson
Rachel Thompson aka RachelintheOC is a published author and social media consultant. Her three books, A Walk In The Snark, The Mancode: Exposed and Broken Pieces (which I wrote the forward to) are all #1 Kindle bestsellers! When not writing, she helps authors and other professionals with branding and social media for her company, BadRedhead Media. She hates walks in the rain, running out of coffee, and coconut.
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This Sunday April 07, 2013 at 3:30pm Pacific time WormholeRiders News Agency will be afforded a wonderful privilege, interviewing the talented Rachel Thompson, best selling author on Amazon and recipient of acclaim from around the world for her books, including her latest creation, Broken Pieces!
A distinguished member of the respected San Francisco Book Review, Ms. Thompson's latest masterpiece is called Broken Pieces chronicling many aspects of her life through the artful method of essays!
We look forward to interviewing Ms. Thompson on Sunday and chatting you as we announce a new program format on You Decide radio!
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Featured author Rachel Thompson - The Mancode: Exposed and A Walk in the Snark. Find her at RachelintheOC blog. She also contributed stories in The Evil Within and Dollars & Sense.
She is also one of the founding members of the Indie Book Collective.
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Huffington Post Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomertantz host Lets Talk. Rachel and Bennet discuss media yopics with guests
Tonight's guest is Joy Turner
Joy E. Turner is a Baltimore, MD native who grew up surrounded by creative and performing arts. As an author, musician and entrepreneur, Joy continues to fuse together her passion for writing, music and helping others. She is the owner of JetSet Communications & Consulting, which provides a wide array of services for authors, artists, ministry leaders and musicians ranging marketing and PR consulting to book formatting, bios and press releases. Joy has authored two solo book projects and has been a contributing writer in four anthologies/compilations. She has been a member of the Christian Authors on Tour since 2008 and has traveled across the nation as an author, speaker and workshop facilitator. You can find Joy on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest and on the web at Www.joyeturner.com and www.jetsetsoars.com.
This is Bennet Pomerantz. Tonight's show of Anything Goes. We have actress/Poet/author Jeanne Marie Spicuzza (http://www.seasonsandamuse.com/jeanne.html) and author Rachel Thompson (http://rachelintheoc.com/)
Jeanne bio--At age two, I used to look up at my great uncle's paintings, and knew I was a painter. At nine, I began composing songs and poems, and at ten, wrote my first play. The call to write professionally came at twenty-two. I eat, breathe, pray and write.
Rachel bio--I’m a chick who writes stuff that makes you laugh. My book A Walk In The Snark hit #1 on the Kindle Motherhood list this past September (do you think they know I talk about sex? Shhh.). It’s since hit about oh, I’ve lost count. #woot! I’ve been nominated for Funniest Blog, Best Humor Writer & Redhead Who Makes A Killer Dirty Martini (okay, I made the last one up, but it’s true. Honest.).
and I have a MYSTETY GUEST and a few surprises..so ANYTHING GOES
Tonight Huffington Post columnist and the author of Broken Pieces Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discuss current important topic withe media guests
Tonight's special Guest is The Legal Show's Sarah Steele
THANKSGIVING IS a week away--and we want to share what we are THANKFUL for
ZHuffington Post Columnist Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discusses media topics with guests
Tonight's guest is the creator of the Jane
Sharon's own words "
Janes patient examination gowns were born out of necessity. My Mother and two sisters are Breast Cancer Survivors, because of that family history, I often found myself in Breast Health Centers, Radiology Departments and Women’s Clinics being vigilant about testing and exams. During those times I would sit endlessly in an ill fitting, uncomfortable and very thin patient/hospital gown. The women around me were in the same situation...skinny girls were freezing and other women falling out the front of the gown, exposed and vulnerable.
I feel strongly that during these stressful times women have the right to be comfortable and more dignified. There had to be something better and I set out to develop it.
In October of 2012 Janes were ordered by the Breast Health Center at Women and Infants Hospital. The patients loved them...I was so encouraged by the feedback. From that one Breast Health Center Janes began to sell throughout the country. All very exciting.
Unfortunately, at that time I was diagnosed with Uterine Cancer. Following surgery, during chemotherapy and radiation my Jane was my best friend! I had not intended to become the “poster child” for Janes...I am here to say that Janes are comforting and make a difference in how I felt and how I was viewed. My Janes gave me confidence as well a secure feeling.
My passion today is to get the word out to women everywhere that ‘it is okay to bring your own gown’, that women have the right to comfort and that there are alternatives out there to the traditional much lacking patient gown.